Dallas Needs $900 Million in Street Repairs (Or Lower Standards)
The Dallas City Council set a goal in 2006 to maintain its streets at an overall level of 87 percent satisfaction, as polled by residents in each of the city’s neighborhoods. A recent reports has estimated the cost to bring the city’s streets back to that threshold would be $900 million over the next four years, according to an article by Robert Wilonsky.
The article examines how the city should tackle the problem. Possibilities include targeted investments or lowering the city’s standards.